Glossed & Found and Project Onward celebrate Autism Awareness Day March 25, 2014 Digital video magazine GlossedandFound.com loves to make new friends – and you should be one of them! Join team G&F on Wednesday, April 2, to meet their newest friend Project Onward and celebrate a year-long media partnership with the inspiring organization at a cocktail party with a whole lot of art—and heart! Project Onward provides studio space for artists with mental and developmental disabilities—and on April 2, which so happens to be National Autism Awareness Day, we’re dedicating the entire site to the program, featuring profiles on 10 of the artists and their work. Inspiring? You better believe it. Join our team that night at Interior Define showroom in Wicker Park as we toast to Project Onward with Thatcher’s Organic cocktails and Pure Kitchen Catering. Project Onward artists will be with us as well, doing on-the-spot portraits for guests. To raise awareness for National Autism Day and the G&F x Project Onward partnership, guests are asked to snap a photo of their Project Onward portrait and upload as their Facebook profile picture with #G&FProjectOnward. Project Onward’s mission is to provide a supportive and motivating environment for artists to create their best work — it’s that mission to celebrate unique talent that makes what they do so attractive to the Glossed & Found team. And we just can’t wait until you meet them, too. Is it too soon to call them BFF? Maybe. But we’re going to go ahead and get our matching heart necklaces anyway. G&F celebrates #GFProjectOnward partnership Wednesday, April 2 from 6—8PM at Interior Define, 2027 W. North Avenue. RSVP to Samantha@boldfacechicago.com. One Response Nino Rodriguez March 28, 2014 I am for sure attending this event and supporting this endeavor. This is right up my alley! Thank you for showcasing and promoting this event on your site 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply to Nino Rodriguez Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.